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November 2015 Issue

Enzyme Supplements Probably Not Worth It; The “Dirt” on Yacon

Your body naturally makes thousands of enzymes that act as catalysts to spur on chemical reactions. Enzymes are vital to life, as they facilitate every biological reaction in your body, such as food digestion. Each enzyme has a unique job to do in converting one molecule to another. For example, protease is the enzyme that breaks down the proteins you eat, amylase breaks down starches, and lipase breaks down fats.

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